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Our range of citrus trees - orange, lemon and lime - make stunning patio features and well-suited to growing in the UK. With glossy, dark foliage and delightfully fragrant flowers that are followed by delicious fruits that can be picked as they ripen and stored for up to 2 weeks.
Citrus Tree Collection
Citrus x latifoliaSavour the taste of home grown citrus fruits! Oranges, lemons and limes take up to a year to develop, but are well worth the wait. Glossy evergreen foliage and clusters of fragrant waxy blossom in spring make citrus trees ideal feature plants for conservatories and patios. Hardy to -10°C, they are best grown outdoors from May to October, and brought inside for the winter.
This collection comprises one each of the following varieties:
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Ht. 150cm. Supplied in 9cm pots, approx. 25cm tall. Ceramic pot not supplied. More info
Citrus limon, Patio Fruit Tree
An excellent variety producing large, thick skinned lemons equal in quality to those purchased from a supermarket - and ideal for adding to a gin and tonic! Set against a foil of glossy, dark foliage, the delicate clusters of tiny white flowers fill the air with their delicious fragrance from April to June. The fruits of Lemon 'Eureka' may take up to a year to ripen but are well worth the wait. Lemons can be harvested as they ripen and once picked, will keep for up to 2 weeks.
Lemon trees are capable of surviving brief periods below 0C, but are best grown in large containers and moved indoors to a bright frost free position from autumn to spring. This tree is self fertile and will not need a pollination companion. Propagated onto 'PS' rootstock and supplied as a large specimen bush (often in fruit) in a 5 litre pot.
Estimated time to cropping once planted: 1 year.
Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.
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